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Transcript of Metadata
Columbia University's Institutional Repository
Everything from articles to blog posts to data sets to theses
Hydra-based (open-source digital repository software)
MODS, DC ; XML ; Rights Metadata
Digitized items Exhibitions / Content Management System
usually from Archival Collections
'out-of-the-box' supports unqualified Dublin Core
Extensions can add other schema, elements
MODS, DC / XML
What is Metadata?
'data about data'
information generated by using technical tools & resources
cataloging done by men who get paid more
Create bibliographic records for variety of items
MARC: Machine-Readable Cataloging
Integrated Library System - Online Public Access Catalog
Built Works Registry
MODS / Getty / XML
Primarily remediation of legacy metadata
MODS extended / XML
Geographic information important
Metadata at the Columbia University Libraries
Most broadly, Cataloging
Structured information that describes a resource
Original & Special Materials Cataloging
Metadata in the Stack
schema (e.g. MODS, Dublin Core)
what elements to record
vocabularies (LCNAF, Getty ULAN)
content standard (RDA, AACR2)
how to formulate element values
encoding (MARC, XML)
how to structure elements
Items / Storage
Catalogers, Metadata tools like Omeka
Using Metadata to find Paul Revere
ALCTS Metadata Blog
Bibliographic Wilderness Blog
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